After a 77-year rift, Andy Murray brought the golden chalice of Wimbledon victory home to the UK, sweeping the men’s final in three sets against Novak Djokovic.
He took to the Wimbledon Champions Ball last night dressing the part. Both he and longtime girlfriend Kim Sears were head-to-toe in Burberry. Murray kept to high-and-tight British tradition, donning a satin-lapel tuxedo and patent leather ceremonial shoes.
For this, we’re bestowing the honor of Kempt’s Man of the Hour, which we’re sure is the real highlight in becoming a national hero and tennis legend.
As you may have heard, it’s award season in the men’s style blogodome, and the fine publication DETAILS saw fit to grace us with one of the four nominations for Style Curation. To be honest, we’ve never thought of style-blogging as a competition. There’s plenty of cardigans to go around.